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Whether you’re traveling to Columbus for a convention or visiting for a military reunion, family reunion or just for fun, the Columbus Convention & Visitors Bureau can add enjoyment to your Columbus area experience. Call us at 1-800-999-1613 or request a complimentary welcome kit complete with a comprehensive visitors guide, brochures and hotel information!
The source for Columbus, GA information on attractions, accommodations and dining, the visitor guide is free for you to use as you see and enjoy Columbus. Complete with maps and directions, shops, restaurants and hotels, the guide has everything you need to assist you in planning your trip. In the back of the guide, you’ll also find things to do in nearby Presidential Pathways while you visit.
Or view our interactive guide
Throughout the history of our city, African-Americans have played a significant role in the growth and development of this city. Along the way, the visitor will view a number of interesting and memorable scenes from the past and present. This brochure offers one an excellent opportunity to experience, understand and appreciate the rich legacy of citizens of African descent in Columbus.
Heritage of Heroes
Columbus has always been a part of military history — from its early days as a frontier town through the Civil War, to the war to end all wars and even today as Ft. Benning prepares men and women to defend Democracy. We’ve provided abbreviated narration about Port Columbus Civil War Naval Museum, the National Infantry Museum, and Andersonville. Retrace the footsteps of American military heroes.
The National Infantry Museum houses a collection of military memorabilia that traces the Infantryman from Revolutionary days to the present. This is a must see for the serious and amateur historian alike.
Our “Original City Tour” Guide lays out the early Columbus much as those surveyors did in the early 1800s. This brochure traces the original city “grid” to include maps and significant sites and points-of-interest.
From the Past to the Future
Columbus is the center for over 46 attractions. If you can choose only one brochure to take along with you, this is the one. It contains an overview of what there is to see and do in the area…plus a handy calendar of Annual Events.
Sand Hill National Infantry and Training Brigade in Fort Benning
Families and friends coming to Ft. Benning for graduation or for business will find maps and area attractions. Call ahead for complimentary reservation service 800-999-1613.
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Harmony Church: Home of the 194th Armored Brigade and 316th Cavalry Brigade
In 2011, The Armor School moved from its home in Fort Knox, Kentucky to its new home at Fort Benning, Georgia. Tankers and Cavalrymen joined their Infantry brothers to establish the Maneuver Center of Excellence.